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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1SS0.
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CFFICIAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COl'XTY.
TMi: FKtHT OF IIELL-KETTI.K.
Never let it be eaid (lie days ol chivalry
hrc tied; heralds may have ceased to record
jrood blows stricken,' to the tune of a "lar--ense
worthie knights," pennon and ban
ner, square and swallow-tailed sleeve and
wart", with all the trumpery of chivalry,
are lonj,' since dead, 'lis true; hut tiic lofty,
generous feeling with which that term lias
become synonymous, is yet htirnintr clear
and bright within ten thousand bosoms, not
me of which evtr throbbed at the recollec
tions w'a'.ch the word itself inspires in "yen
tit hcartcs," or could tell the difference be
tween Or and Gules, or Vert and Sable, as
the following narration of a combat be
tween two "chuiles," or "villains,' :is the
herald would term my worthies, will, I
trust, m nigh to prove.
It w..s the fair niyht at Donard, small
vitlauu in the very heart ot the mountains
of Wicklow, when at the tuin of a corner
leading out of the Dunlaviu road, towards
the middle of the fair, two an
cient fow-men abruptly eiuountred.
They eyed one another fur a moment with
out moving a .-lop, when tho yoinijrcat, a
hue six-foot mountaineer, in a long top
coat, having his shirt open from breast to
car, dUplajit g on the
least movement a
ln-iiwnv rh -st that was hairv enonirh for a
tnr.il;, growing rather impalient, said in a
rpiiek un Icrtone, tliat a listener would
iuvh set down for the extreme of politeness:
"You'll lave the wall, Johnny Evans?"
To which civil request came reply, in a
t.ne i qually bland :
"Not at your biddin', if you stand there
tiil next fair day. Mat I),lan."
'Yo i know well I could fling you neck
and heels into that gu.ter, in one minute,
Johnny, me boipihil."
"You might, indeed, if you call up
tweaty of til'.; Dunlaviu fiction at your
back," coolly replied Evans.
'i mane," here's the two empty hands
conld do all that, ami never ax help,
'at her," reported Dolan, thrusting torth two
huge paws from under his coat.
In the name o" heaven, thin thry it,"
(aid Evan-. Hinging the shillelagh lie had
up to this time been balancing curiously,
over the roof of the cottage by winch they
Mood; addim-. "here's a pair of fists, with
as little iu thi n as your own!"
"It's nisy to brag by your own barn,
Johnny Evans," said Dolan, pointing with
a sneer to the pilice guard house, on the
opposite side of tl.'i way, a hundred yards
lower down; the peelers would not be likely
to look on. and see a black Orangeman,
like ynnrs"lf, quilted in his own iovn, un
der their noses, by one Mat Dolan, from
Dunlaviu. all the way,"
"There's raison in that, any way, Matty,"
replied John, glancing in the direction in
dicated. 'It's not likely thim that's paid
by firovorunient t ) keep the peace, would
titand by and see it bn.ko, dy Papist or
Protestant; but I'll make a bargain wid
you; if your blood's over-hot for your skin
irhich I think, to say the truth, it has
long teen -come off nt once to Hell-kettle,
wid me, and in tin light of this blessed
moon I'll fight it cut wid you, toe to toe;
and we'll both be ulsier after, whichever '
"There's my hand to tln.t, at a word,
Johnny," cried Dolan. suiting the action to
the worl an 1 the hands of the foes clasp
ed freely and frankly together.
"llut are we to be only ourselves, do
yc maue'C inquired Matthew.
"And eniitf, too," nnswrred Evans; "we
couldn't pick a friend out any tint above,
without raising a huhhahto th t divil
wmt'du't quiet without, blows. H"r, le.w,
1'irgivo von the wall, onlv voil 'pimp the
hedge into Charles Fauceti's in !adow. ai;d
cut across the li'dl bv lbilv-well into ib
road, where y ni'll meet me; divil muI
cUb you'll met that wav to-ni;;ht ; and I
want 1o c iU at home for th" tools." '
"Keep the wall," cried Dolan, i.s Eviins
atepped U'ilde, springing himself at the
mis time into the road, ankle deep m
mud: "I'll wait for you at the bridge, on
thn Holy-wood glin road, (load by."
A tnom'mt after. Dolan had cleaved the
Iiedge leading out of the hinds into Mr,
Kaitectt'n pndd'Kik, ami Evans was quietly
plodding Ids way homeward. T reach his
a ittago, ho had to tun the gaunlct though
fie ery throng ot tho fair, ainids the
crowded trnts, whenco ronoundrtil tli i ill
according Rounds of tho hairpipc nn.t fid
ilie, and Un loud whool of the Jig dancers,
as they beat with active feet the temporary
floor, that rattled with their tread. Johnny
made short greetings 'villi those of his
friends he encountered, and on entering his
house, plucked a couple of black, busi-nrss-like
looking sticks from the chimney,
heftc 1 them carefully, and measured them
together with nn evens strict as ever gal
lant paint 1 rapier with, til!, satisfied of thoir
equality, he put his top-coat over his should
ers ami departing by the back door, rapidly
c!urel two or three small gardens, uud
made at once for the fields. As Dolan
dropped from the high bank into the lane
near the bridge on one side, Evans lopt the
"You've lost no time, legs," observed
Matthew. a they drew together, shoulder
to shoulder, stalking rapidly on.
'I've been vexed to keep you waiting.ihis
time, anyhow," replied Johnny, a.id few
other words passeii.
Just beyond the bridge they left the road
together, and mounting the course of the
liitii. utri.nin in ;i lew moments were shut
out from the possibility of observant'.' in a
wild narrow glen, at wiiose man was a
waterfall of sonic eighteen tect. The pool
which received this cascade was exceeding
deep, and having but one narrow outlet be
tween the Inure stones, the pent wiilers
were forced round and round, boiling and
chafing for release; and hence the not un-
poetic name ol Hell-kettle given to lius spot.
The ground immediately wound it was
wi'd. bare and stonv. and in no way derog
ated from this f.-ai ful title.
Near the fall is a little platlorm or level
if some twenty yards square. 1 1 1 ; place des
ignated bv Evan's for the battle ground.
Arrived here, the panics halted; an I as
Dolan stooped to raise Home of (lie pure
stream in his hand to his lips, I. vacs ca: t
his coats and vest on the gray stone ei'e
bv. and nitllhi!? his shirt over his head.
Mood armed for the tight, not so heavy or
. . . t . - . . ! ' I . . . .
.11 a man as ins antagonist, woian, "ui
iry as a terrier, and having, m his agility
and training, advantages that more tiinn
balanced the difference of wiight and age.
"I've been thinking, Johnny Evans.'' ciied
Dolan, as he leisurely stripped in turn,
"we must h ive two thrys, after all, tosiioiv
who's the best man ; you've got tin: ulpecns
wid you, 1 see, and I'm not the boy to say
no to thim. but I expect you'll ha' the be.il
iml o' the stick, for it's well known time is
not your mulch in Wicklow, it tii'T" is in
"That day's past, Matty Dolan." replied
Evans. "It's five years since you and me
had bad words, at" the Pattern o' the Seven
churches, and that was the last stroke I
struck with a stick. There's eight years
betunc our ages, and you're the heavier
man by two stone or near it; what move 'ml
yea have, man alive?"
"Oh, never fear, John, we'll never split
on trifles."' quietly replied Dolan. "but, :.ee
here, let's dress" one another, as they do po
tatoes, both wajs. Stand fairly up tome
for half a doziu rounds, fist to lis', and I'll
hould the alpeen till you're tired afti r id."
"Whv. look here. Matty, vou worked
over-long on Gtorge's quay, and were ovei-
tnenttly witn me great ooxer. .Ulster w.m
olan, for nie to be able for yez wid the
t'.st," cried Evans. "But we'll split the dif
ference; I'll give you a quarter of an hour
out o' inc wid the fists, and you'll give the
same time, if I'm able, with the alpeen
after; and we'll toss head or harp, which
Evans turned a copper flat on the h ick
of his hand, as he ended his propoial, and
in the same moment Dolan cried:
"Ilarn it is," echoed Evans, holjiug loe
coin up iu the moon's ray, which shown
out but fitfully as dark clouds kept slowly
passing over her cold face.
In the next moment they were toe to ton
in the center of the little plain, both look
inT determined mid confident : though AU
amateur would have at once decided in fa
vor of Dolan's pose.
To describe the fight scientifically would
be too long an affair; suffice ii, although
Johnny 'a agility gave him the best of a
couple of severe falls, yet his antagonist's
straight hitting and superior weight left
him the thing hollow: till five rounds left
Evans deaf to time and tune, and as sick as
though lie had swallowed a glass of antimo
nia! wine instead of p .teen.
Dolan carried his senseless foe to the pool
and dashed water over him by the hatful.
"I, uk at my watch,"' was Johnny's fir t
word, on gaining breath.
"I can't tell the time by watch." cried
Dolan, a little sheepish.
"Give it here, man," cried Johnny, add
ing, as he rubbed his left eye, the other be
ing fast closed, "by the I5oyne, this is (he
longest quarter of nn hour I ever knew it
wants three minutes yet." and as he spoke,
again he rose up before his man.
'Sit still, Johnny." exclaimed Matnew;
"1 11 forgive you the three minutes, any
"Well, thank ye for that," said Johnny;
"I wish I may be able to return the com
pliment presently; but by St. Donagh, I've
mighty little coneait left in myself, just
Within live minutes, armed with the W II-
eiwnrw.,1 I'.virrs .TntlMtlV llftd hl'UUjht Willi
... ....... - j r,
him. those honest fellows UL'ain Stood front
to front, and although Evans had lost much
of the elasticity of carriage which had ever
been his characteristic when the alpeen was
in bis hand and the shamrock under his
foot, in times past; although his left eye
was closed, and tho whole ol that side ot lus
physiognomy was swollen and disfigured
through the mauling lie nai icccivcii at tne
hands' of Dolan, w ho opposed him to all ap
pearance fresh as at the first, yet was his
confidence in himself unshaken, and in the
twinkling of his right eye, a close observer
might have read a sure anticipation of the
victory a contest of live minutes gave to
him, for it was lull that time before Johnny
struck a good-w ill blow, and when it took
effect, a second was uncalled for. The
point of the stick had caught Dolan fairly
on th" right temple, and laying open the
t 'niple, mid laying open the whole of the
f.-i.'t down to the chin, as it done by a
sabre sti 'K , fellinglnm senseless.
Afiersnn," attempts at recalling his nn-
ta'j-onist to perception bv the brookside
wiihotit success, Evitns began to feel a little
alarmed for his life, and hoisting hint on
his buck, retraced his steps to the village,
without even ever halting by the way, ami
bore his insensible burthen into the first
house Im enme (o. us the devil would have
it, a sister of Dolan's was sitting, hav
ing a goster with the owner, one widow
Donnevan, over a rakin' pot o'tay.
"God save all here," said Johnny, cross
ing the floor without ceremony, and de
positing Mat on the widow's bed, "wid'y,
by your lave, let Mat Dolan lie quiet here a
bit, till I run down town for tho doctor."
"Dolan I" screamed the sister and the
widow in a breath, "-Mat, is it Mat Dolan
that's lying a course here, and, and I, his
own sister, not to kjow ho was in trouble?"
Loud and long were the lamentations
that fo'lowed this unlucky discovery. The
sister rushed fr.mticly out into the middle
of the road, screaming and calling on the
friends of Dolan to revenge his murder on
Evans and the Orangemen that had decoyed
and slain him. The words passed from lip
to lip, soon reaching down to the heart of
the fair, where most of the parties were
about this tune cont'd tor anything.
"Johnny Evans," cried the widow Don
nevan. as he made, in a few words, the
story known to her, "ttuo or not true, this
is noplace for you now; the whole of
his faction will be up here iu a minnie,
and you will be killed like a dog on the
H ii re ; out wid you, and down to the guai.l
house w hile the coast's clear. "
"I'd best, maybe," cried Evans; "and I'll
send the doctor up the quicker but mind,
w idow if that boy ever spakes, he'll say a
fairer tight was never fought got that out
of him for the love o'liciivn, Mrs. J);iiin
viin," "lie hasn't a word in him, 1 fear," cried
llic widow, as Johnny left the door, and
with the readiness of her sex,
assisted by one or two elderly
gossips, who were by this time
called in, slut bathed the wounds
with spirits, and used every device which
muchexpenence in cracked crowns acquired
during the lifetime of Willy Donnevan,
her departed lord, suggested to her. Mean
lime Evans, whilst making his way down
through the village, had been met and rec
ognized by the half frantic sister of Dolan
ami her infuriated friends, who had been all
for some tune puzzled at the absence of
him who was proverbial as
"Brut foot on till' It lire.
1 iri". -tick in Ihu 111:1 .'
"Thei-j's the murderer of Mat Dohue
boys.'cried the woman, as some ten or twelve
yards eff she recognized Johnny, who was
conspicuous enough, wearing his shirt like
a herald's tabard as in Kis haste he ha'!
drawn it on at Ilell kettle. With a yell
that might have scared the devil, thirty ath
letic fellows sprang forward at full speed
alter Evan, who wisely never staid to re
monstrate, but made one pair ot heels
serve, where the hands of Hriarei:, had he
possosed as many, wouid not have availed
him. lie arrived at Mrs. Donnevan's door
before his pursuers ; he raised the latch, but
it gave no way ; the bar was drawn within,
and had his strength been equal to it, fur
ther tight was become impracticable turn
ing with his back to the floor, there stood
Johnny, like a lion nt bay, uttering no
word, since he well knew that words would j
not prevail against the fury o hi foes.
Forward with wiid cries snd loud impreca
tions rushed the foremost of the pursuers, j
and Evans' life was not worth one moment's
purchase: a doen sticks already clattered
like hail upon his guard, and on the wall
over his head, when the door suddenly
opened inwards, back tumbled Johnnv. ard
into the space he thus left vacant stepped a t
gaunt tigure, naked to the waist, pale and
marked with a stream of blood yet flowing
from the temple. With wild cries the mob
"It's a ghon! it's Dolan's ghst !" shout
ed twenty voices, above all of which was
heard that of the presumed spitit, crying
in good Irihh, "That's a lie, boys, it's Mat
Dolan himself 1 able and willing to nuke a
ghost of the first man that lilts a hand agin
Johhny Evans; who bate me nt Hell-kettle
like a man and bro't me her" after, on his
back, like brother."
"Was it a true fight, MatT .'.nti.ialed
one or or two of the foremost, reeovi ring
confidence enough to approach Do'an, v i.o,
faint from the exertion he had made, w:;s
now resting his head against the doorpost.
A pause, mill the "ilenec of death follow,
ed. The brows of the met: began to darken
as they drew close to Dolan. Evans saw
Ids life depended on the reply of his nnbg
onist, who already .seemed lapsed into in
sensibility. "Answer. Mat Dolan'." he eri"d impress
ively, "for the love of heaven, answer me
was it a true tight'"
The voice appealed to ph.i.-o the fainting
man. He ruis'-d himself in the doorwiiy,
and stretched his right haad towards Evens,
''True nt. the cross, by the blcsed Vir
gin 1" mid us he spoke, fell back into the
arms of his friends.
Evans was now safe. Half a dozen of
the sob' rest of the party escorted him down
to the police station, where they knew he
would be secure; and ))o!aus friend-;, bear
hint with them on a cur, departed, without
attempting any riot or retaliation.
This chance look place sixteen years ago;
but since that day there never was a fair at
Duulavin that the Orangeman Ewins
was not the guest ot Dolan; nor is there a
fair night at Donard that Mat Dolan does
not pass under the humble roof of Johnny
Evans, 1 give the tale as it occurred, hav
ing always looked upon it as an event.cred-
itable to the parties, both of whom are
alive and well, or were a vear ago; for it is
little more since Evans, nigh sixty years old,
walked me off my legs on a day's grousing
over Lauren mountain, and tnrotign uram s
hole, carrying my kit into the bargain.
Adieu. It will be along day ere I forget
the pool of ' Hell-kettle.'' or the angola in
whose company I first stood by its bubbling
Thl a periodical hue always, by iti. hMo and
ctiiilarrv dlKcuKflon of Ihe (iuetioiii of tho day, aa
well ti h by Itii tlluftralloiif wlilch are preirird by
tlni bent lirtlsta -exerted u moat tiownrlul mid beno
liri.il liiflnencc upon the public mind.
The wemht ol uk iiillueiue will aiwujrbe found
on the itidu of munlity, enlliihieniiieut, t.d refine
muni. The Voltiti.ea of tlia Weekly beln with tho llrl
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after tbu receiptor the order.
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Statu of ll!iuijl, Aier.i.nii. nouity. -s.
T,i all partlcH concerned:
Vou .ire herebv rmillcd tliM on Monday, o r
liilli iJnyof February, IS!, the le.ln ii.i-irr.i.ir in - nid
estate. will present to tho county conn of Mi'vuidrr
county, ul ('turn. I!!nii, t'i..il rop.ui of
his itcts ana dolnc & Mich Kilmimsirutnr,
and ni-k the court to be uiscrureed uo:r. ai;y
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s.V.Ml'KI. E. WAI.KKI!.
Krtatcof William McCormick. !),, i.,i
The undcri'l',".c(l, huvir.i been appointed A.lmin-i-lrutorof
Iho -lato of William McCormick. late
of the connty or Alexandi r and state of I II 11101 h,
dccaiii'd, le ri:ly giw not ice that he will atipeur
betur tie1 County t.'onr of Alexander I'ountv, hi
tbecourt houe, in Cairo, a: the .March term, on the
second Monday Iu Mann lirnt. at which tune all
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iniMhe "hiiio adjusted. A!l ihthoiis itiilcot.-.l to
said cui.. nr.' re(iicted to make imruediali. pay.
U' lit to tli'1 uiidi-ridt!!:c.d,
Dated li'.K Ufl day of .luu. lsso. AdminiMt'.itor.
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The ii!iil'Tii;iic.d. Ir.ivr.u? bc.ii up-p'onied A.lnon-l-tmi.ir
of the cpu!,. ,,( I), tinin Sioiiviiu. lu'.i of the
co'iptyof Ales ituli.T ui:d Stule of lllinoH, (ie, ea.
i d. In r -y pives i.o'iee that he appear tieforu
I hi- County Court of Alexander county, hi the
( otiit MutiHo in Cairo at the Man h term, n the
eoinl Mi.ndjy in March next, at which time u.l
p. r-c.i: liuviiiL' c!iin K;a i-il s:ii.l in'iile ate iiotl
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liar Lie Mime Kdjtifted All er-oD led. r.j. 1 to
aid t-iatenro rcquenteri to make imtm Oiute 1 1 v
nieiit o the nndi-rsi'tieil .
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itiul i lie lita a
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Kanaaa, to mil I our Mudlcinea. No Cai.ltnl required!
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G J3N.li V-A , Switzerland.
tha i, i e J ul ,.'h 1,M"'.h,l"t. ..'' f',"w,,d onr "Diflr nt and world rerowucd Halchio. ai U.l
ihL.n,.?.,r. . ,1 ait-fold by wr, . Iin.akera, for thu latter do not inntuiactuto thciu. but have
la buy them from the luanuliicluter. too. W e ate Bianufaclnring aa a bl'KCIAU Y ktylcra waUllia A
a'i'iikh 1n;o.fl'',1llfm1l? " WV;!! '" 1nt W1 wnn Improven.enta In watch work. ltbTa
wonnd b '.KH'',i".,1''),lvk,y1 h h"-n": '' rmonsLiw. lUiwU Ihelr wau-be-; ill v alcl. is
UndL ah T.' ?U,I,'d knob, plari-d oil the hiindfo or how Itiatead ol by the ordinary in. ana. lhe
'I h . Ldvnt . .... 1 5 i 1 "ly w"h 1,0 ''" ' Pcaaing a hii.uII projerlhm on tho aide ol the cVhc!
iiiad'aUht ar?d rlilVo rihM " i l'! caae which never , eu bo opened in winding
tt?v Ilaidllyof ,beo.l, and Rr, atly ro..Kl(,c
Wo forward post free mid duty puid, ul (lie ftdlnwiiitr prices;
M'KONtl NICKK.I. iHhe,iHer plalcd,
able lot workmen, aehool boy, elf
-OI.D l: I.ECTIM I't.ATEfl caM-.iwill
STOI f SII.Vl'.H cat..-, cncjliif turni d, i
jure. led In A bolea ,,,,
KI.Kt.'A.NT Sll.l.l! HI NTINd n.;.
mcniidM. clir.ini,n.i 'ei b.iiaiice. jeweled iu
t-'il.ll cii-c. Iiori.i ia.'il mon uii.Lt, r.at and eliyatl. jrwi 'i d liiioiichoi.l. anuk "i,
ond. ci j Klfl j;!a. i iiraver or plain poiii-le-ii i aee
IS i.'Al.'AT t. OI.lt. baa ht i:inij I..-, ii rv n. cr;or uku.'uoli. ulia jeMco, rich
ly eUiirtacd or pia n i olifbcd
is ' A II AT ( (.i.I. littuiiui; . i:eli!y u'i.(l, Skeleton l. v r mowu.u.t. (ibid
or I'nnmel DIh!. funk ncotde. Ccicpi-n.MDiii l tlai.ee, etc
is i A HAY t ;..'! I), linnting car. bt bd rr fully ' isn n: ) keli u.u I.. ,,-, lnou.
in. i t.jewe;, d la IS ho! .' tiold P.bIim-c. villi : ll.c lalt.t In.pioM mi tih. "pier.dli!
ili cerMi'd d'ji.b e l.ui.tit.i; . a.- .'
I liLONcVIII UK WATCH. hV.y r.i..b.d lumcoar !(.e,,.it,tl ;.',!,',
Il.ti Miboi.l, with a,: ll.c iio. n in: jtov. im-ua. ;l. I'o'b'c boiteu.i k' eugite turned, plain
po;:l,i d or eiraxd. IK . wml (,):: Li i sii,- , cold or bind white f nmi .1 dia!. with
Mill: e,-.X ,!..!
( l..OSO:i.l Ki:-(..'.l.I.M)A!t WA'ICII. with cure a.tendf liar.ii. r.arkiin:
fot'i ;h i f ci oli!. fl.ow. v tii dial, daj ot ifcc u.mb, month of tbe jear, and di.y ot
the wn k. w ilh beat rhrot.ouirler moi menl, ci.teful!y iiaB.lntd, in pie t did deco.a'.i d
ot p'uin poUnhed citra atroor; huntlrs cne. Tb' watch : frt tl! aold L retaile:
i hem $je" to fjo. Mi).'
All the ab.ivc Wntchcs in smaller sixes for Ladies at the same prices.
Moiioriuns, Arms or Crests, will be enslaved on the backs of the (.J old Watches with
out additional cost.
Kv. ry walih arki u lor will be tKXi.cii:.-lT lot aided, n ad for inMr.iciale mm- ana -r.ciy naikcd
in a line Momcco cii.e. Tbe repularity and pn-ele'i d of it bjch a . cl ard ronacientiona workn:neblp
la warranted iLwritlCB lor Ihne )ere. during which peiiod no (tare, will be mudv lor repair, if the
watch la forwarded to ua pOft free. All gold can a d i!e ard o!d l ua tc IS ct,rat ine, ai d In Silvei
watchca the cum. re beH SUriiliK Silver.
reroia rekidlni; ii. my pirt of ll.e renrtry nt ed not krt.utc lo forward tbeir foct (;!.- or Bri.l,. r
order to our Mobtoal lltainh, aa llier n.ay rely opei. ren-iv.i jr the nan watch ordered I v them, wk.cl..
if not (ivlni the icoi-t conipli te hati.fat for, will 1 1 wi:i l m Lat.-i d or lie money r tarii'd. Money
may be ru eiher in Hank note., cr by r.'t office ritr.t orcir. A ritaror.M of p r will K- n :oU for
oidera t.f t; and iriorc (' he
The lireat Carriaire Mamifacturiii': llone of the World.
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Uei-; inaKiitt!, ooo.i worKui;ibet.:;:, haLdfome tiilcs, strong and
durable vehicles in every respect.
Manufactured by EMERSON, FISHER k CO., are now in use
iu every part of the American Continent.
They gitd utifhiling satisfaction. All thoir work i warranted, They have received
testimonials from all parts of the country of purport similar tu the following, hundreds
of which are ou lile subject to inspection:
Wea.ra. Ear.Ufon l'iNiiaitAiCo : (Ialta, Im.h., July in, mm
I buvii naed one of your Top HitRRlea tliree yeara, and tliren or Ifjem two jema In my livery Nublf,
and they have ulveu rue I'i'ifecl tiitinfmalon aud ate iu conatanl line. OSCAR SMAl.LKY.
Meaara CoiTot K 4oinho! : NKWSSBav. S. C, July 17, lSr.
Dear hira:-l bnve been ualnR Iba Kmeraon Elaher nnnpy I boufat from you aa roughly I etip
poae na any una could. I butt a fast horaf. droe him at full ai.eed, aomnliina with two rown ludlna and
nya-lf Iu tlni busily, anil ll If lo-day worth ail tlio money I puid for It. 1 say the hmiirHoii A Flatter
UiikijIw will do, " 1 hAUbL, farmer.
Tho favorable reputation the Cairiages have made ill localises whcie they have been
used f.r aevcrul years by Live rj men, Physicians, Farmers and oilers requiring hard aud
constant use, lias led to an increased demand from tboic locallics, to meet which tho
in an u fact ii liny, facilities of thuir mammoth calabliahmeut have )ecn extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good stylf,
860 Carriages aTeek.
KME1M0N, FISHER ACOSCARllIAOFMRK THE BEST.
opt ii luce, jeweltd n 4 holt", lery eull-
i.tt l.t..lr)rjailaii'.tir.k .(ond,
er iiiovemei,!, i i lal lu(,nu:lt at-rouda.
t i,e,,.,. d, highly fnihbid icoveiuciii, auuk
1(1 hob s,ou of tl.t bi n Mirer watche. mnde 10."'
FISH BR & CO.,
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